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The EVs are Coming!

Considering the government’s ban of the sale of non-hybrid diesel and petrol cars by 2040 and Scotland aiming for 2032, as well as the developments of electric vehicles now apace and perhaps not far from becoming the new normal, organisations involved in all aspects of the property market are looking at the opportunity to differentiate themselves. (more…)

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Different Procurement Products for Commercial Energy Consumers

Over the last few years, we have observed generally low electricity and natural gas prices in the country, even more so in the Illinois market. This year, we have seen some price advances in other regions of the country, and while they have not hit the Illinois market yet, we would like to educate our readers on some of the different procurement products that help combat volatility. (more…)

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Future Energy Scenarios: Electric Cars Can Actively Support Decarbonisation

National Grid has published Future Energy Scenarios 2018, which shows a range of credible energy pathways from today out to 2050. The purpose of the pathways is to inform decision-making by the government and other stakeholders by considering how much energy we need and how it could be provided. The National Grid must be prepared for different outcomes as the energy system continues to transform.   (more…)

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Energy Storage Technologies Continue to Change Electricity Industry Landscape

During the second quarter, Frost and Sullivan (global market research and analysis company) released its Global Energy Storage Market Outlook 2018. The report finds that total installed energy storage capacity will grow 15.9% between 2017 and 2018 with the top six countries (China, USA, South Africa, Chile, France, and Israel) completing 1369 MWS of grid-scale energy storage system (ESS) projects during 2018. (more…)

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